Real estate exposures have not been central to financial developments in Europe over recent weeks, but, as property prices correct after a decade of steady expansion, some strains are likely to emerge. While not appearing systemic, these fragilities reinforce concerns that property investors could be starved of debt in future and this will weigh on an already-weak real estate recovery.
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